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Victim Identified in Deadly Federalsburg Industrial Accident

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FEDERALSBURG, Md. - Maryland State Police have identified the victim who was killed in an industrial accident in Federalsburg.

Troopers say around 8:20 p.m. Monday, Robert Everett, of Seaford, was operating a 1998 Freightliner at 26630 Chipmans Lane. For reasons unknown, state police say 20-year-old Greg O'Neal, of Blades, became entrapped under the rear wheels of the truck as it was moving forward, causing deadly injuries.

State police say O'Neal was working for Unicon, Inc., a poultry handling and transportation company headquartered in Marshville, North Carolina.

Troopers say emergency medical personnel responded, but O'Neal was pronounced dead at the scene.

A representative from (MOSHA) Maryland Occupational Safety and Health responded to the scene.

State police say there are no charges pending at this time.
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